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Wake up and smell the networking coffee

Heres the rap against Midwest technology networking events: you pay to get in, you pay to park your car and then you spend the evening talking to all the service providers in town.

In other words, corporate folks dont go to these things very often. Why dont they go? Because theyre tired of fending off all the service providers who meet them at networking eve......

Full article >>> ntent in my corporate headquarters. What a waste!

Your business value can only increase as you know more people who know things you dont know. Im talking about contacts, advisors and friends. Im not just talking about people who can connect you with other people.

Your network has an enormous value apart from its ability to help you make deals. Its a wonderful thing to be in a st......

Full article >>> ur corporate shell, how do you avoid being hit on by every vendor in the city? Just say: While Im glad to meet you, Im not the person who purchases those services. If they ask for an introduction inside your company, tell them youll pass their information along. Thats really all a brand-new acquaintance can ask of you.

You should get connected online, too.

Try

Source:wistechnology.com By Liz Ryan 01/10/05


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